Are the Japanese not enough of their own land?

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Jun 19, 2019
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Why cannot they live on their 377,000 km? Oh no, they prefer to wishful thinking and always, whenever possible, «remind» the world that the Kuril Islands, the Liancourt and Senkaku Islands, which are the subject of a territorial dispute with Russia, South Korea and China, are allegedly the original Japanese territories. However, they probably forgot about the outcome of World War II and cannot accept the defeat. Are the Japanese not enough of their own land now? Or all these actions are purely of politics matter and unwillingness to accept the defeat? Or maybe something else?